Courtney Robertson’s Bachelor tell-all book, I Didn't Come Here to Make Friends: Diary of a Reality Show Villain, has been one of the most hotly-anticipated releases of the season. As the title suggests, Ben Flajnik’s ex isn’t too concerned with making friends, so you know the details dished inside are juice-alicious. So how has Bachelor Nation reacted to the truth bomb the bombshell just dropped?

Rather than hiding under their bed covers and holding all calls from their publicists, Bachelor Nation has reacted to Court’s tell-all tome with relative calm. In fact, the only negative reaction we’ve seen so far has come from Ben-of-the-hair himself, who threw his ex some shade in People.

The rest of BN has been pretty supportive of the model’s efforts, coming out on Twitter to help peddle the book’s release. Even ex Arie Luyendyk, who Court dated after Ben, has offered his congrats to the polarizing beauty. He got an advance copy of the book back in May and tweeted, “While #BachelorNation is on my mind.. Read @bugrobertson's book cover to cover in 2 days, very proud of her! It's hard to put down #realtalk.”

Is the villain finally shedding her bad girl rep? Here’s what the rest of Bachelor Nation had to say:


And, despite the backlash she endured as the show’s resident “villain,” Courtney herself tweeted the positive side of her experience with:

 


Thanks for sharing Court — we’ll be taking the rest of the week off to read it!

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Source: TwitterPeople